Fedor can now offer you a prepaid long-distance calling service

Aside from armbaring God, Fedor can now officially arm bar you via a prepaid long-distance calling service. The Last Emperor (along with Tracy McGrady) become the first athletes to offer their own prepaid long distance calling service. Dude has his own long distance service. That’s probably the most ballerish thing you’re going to read today. Props goes to the press release for mentioning Fedor before Tracy McGrady…although those props are non-redeemable due to them misspelling ‘Emelianenko’.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 28, 2009 — What does MMA champion Fedor Emelian have in common with NBA basketball star Tracy McGrady (Houston Rockets), MLB baseball stars Yunel Escobar (Atlanta Braves) and Carlos Lee (Houston Astros). All 4 have joined forces with Centerstage Telecom LLC, and other celebrities to offer their own brand of prepaid long distance minutes.

Understanding that many of their fans rely on prepaid long distance calling as part of their daily lives to stay close to their friends and family around the world, each of these celebrities have answered the call to offer fans a way to save money with the prepaid long distance product that they themselves use to call home.

Each of these celebrities are offering prepaid long distance service to over 250 countries around the world, with cheap calling rates, outstanding customer service, quality connections, no fees, no taxes, and no contracts are required. Each celebrity also offers free minutes with sign up.

Centerstage Telecom will continue to announce new celebrity prepaid long distance products with stars from around the world including China, Russia, India, Japan, Columbia, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Panama, Germany, UK, Spain, South Africa, Philippines, Korea, Argentina, Chile, and many more.



Published on October 28, 2009 at 4:36 pm
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